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Denise Richards Addresses Alleged Affair Drama With Brandi Glanville; Says “We’ll Just Let It Play Out On The Show, It Is What It Is”

Denise Richards is speaking out about her alleged affair with Brandi Glanville after her Real Housewives of Beverly Hills co-star shared an apparent photo of them kissing. “I love for things to play out on television instead of social media,” she said on The Talk on Tuesday, June 30, according to Us Weekly.

“But the stuff that’s been out there, I have been through it in the media with different claims being made.”

Richards added, “So for me, personally, this is like kindergarten. I’m, like, whatever. We’ll just let it play out on the show, it is what it is. … I can’t speak for anyone else.”

Affair rumors between Richards and Glanville surfaced in January. While the Richards initially “laughed it off,” a source told Us Weekly, Denise now “wants all of that footage taken out of the show.”

“It’s one thing for the drama to be directed or even scripted in certain situations, but to have blatantly false lies spewed as if it were fact is just wrong and shouldn’t be allowed,” the source revealed. “Brandi wanted to confront Denise at the finale of the cast party, but Denise already had other plans that evening and she didn’t want to give her a platform to make those allegations. … Brandi needs to provide proof that she hooked up with Denise. Text messages, dates, specifics.”

A second source claimed that Denise and Brandi “hooked up one more than one occasion.”

“Denise was not married to Aaron [Phypers] when they first hooked up. Another time Brandi was under the impression that they had some openness to Denise and Aaron’s relationship and that Aaron was aware of what was going on,” the second insider claimed, adding that Brandi has the “backup” she needs.

While Denise’s rep publicly denied the allegations. Brandi first hinted about the feud when she revealed on Twitter, writing, “I just got ‘Denised.’ … 1-blackmail is illegal. 2-I have no skeletons in my closet (they’re all on the internet). 3-slut shaming is soooooo last year.”

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